Charlotte Schinckel-Brown

Contemporary and Lyrical

A born and bred Sydney sider, Charlotte has steadily built herself to become one of Australia’s finest and passionate commercial contemporary/lyrical dancers. Her life has been about exploring, evolving and constantly opening herself up in hopes of helping other artists and humans find the comfort and power within themselves to express themselves authentically and fully.

Having danced since finding her feet, she furthered her training at Brent Street Studios, which lead her to receive her Cert IV in Performing Arts. She then completed her Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) through the prestigious Jason Winters Contemporary Course in 2012. Since then, she has gone on to train with many choreographers and directors from around the world at conventions and summer workshops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Orlando, New York, London and Europe. Recently, she appeared in singer/songwriter Nick Broadhurst’s new video “Always You”. In 2017 she auditioned and completed the Steps On Broadway Contemporary Masters Summer Intensive in which she lived and trained in New York City with some of the industries top Creative Directors, choreographers and teachers. She also debuted with Twisted Element Dance Company in which she performed in the first season of ‘OPUS’ that was then selected to showcase at Sydney Fringe Festival 2017. Before that in 2016, she was accepted into DUTI Dance Company by Mathew Mizyed, in which she performed in the company’s season of  ‘Underminds’. One of her career highlights was being cast as the lead female dancer for Australian singer/songwriter Emma Louise on her ‘SUPERCRY’ Album national tour in 2016.

She is the assistant dancer to choreographer/director Jason Winters, which she has assisted in workshops across the country and in Amsterdam and Belgium for The Winters Experience Workshop. Charlotte is thrilled be able to share her movement/choreography/unique outlook and personal development flare with others and keep pursuing her performing arts career. With many stylistic and technical influences to her training, Charlotte has the glowing desire to help bring out every artists authentic self-expression, vulnerability and a fresh outlook on the performing arts industry in the future.